We understand that home is where the love is.
We know the gift of saying goodbye at home is something that most pets don’t get.
We come to you so your pet’s last moments can be spent peacefully in a familiar place surrounded by the people they love the most.
We understand how overwhelming this can feel.
We care for every small detail, so you can be at ease with your pet.
Goodbyes take time.
Although not every family needs a lot of time,
we want to ensure that you never feel rushed.
Sometimes families can feel like
they have been saying goodbye for a while,
and there’s usually no reason to hurry either.
Your pet’s journey is on their own timeline,
and this may not be an experience
to be rushed into a shorter time frame.
We always schedule two-hour appointment windows.
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
What should I expect during euthanasia?
Euthanasia is gentle, simple and peaceful. Once you and your pet are ready, a small injection of a strong sedative is given, often, most pets don't realize it has been given.
Can I feed my pet or give medications before euthanasia?
Should children be present for euthanasia?
Our Support Staff can email you with helpful resources for how to best help children cope with the loss of a pet.
Do I need to do anything to prepare for euthanasia?
What if my pet is leery of strangers or might bite?
We will work with you to develop a specialized approach, helping to ease any anxiety or fear, in turn making these moments as stress-free as possible.
Should other pet(s) be present during euthanasia?
WHAT OUR CLIENTS SAY
“Dr. Toby - I don't think there is another person who could have made such a difficult and emotional day a beautiful experience.”
Vanessa Szelezsan / March 5, 2020